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Re: Solid state microwave oven
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- Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 11:46:55 -0700
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In a message dated 3/19/05 9:45:30 PM Eastern Standard Time,
I was just given a solid stats microwave, no mot:-(
Does anyone know anything about these? Are there any parts in there that
can be used for coils?
FWIW, I picked up a SSMOT from fellow a Tesla Lister who advertised it
here a few weeks ago.
My impression is that it's much like a TV flyback, but with a smaller
core cross-section. Seems to me that it oughta be much larger than a TV
flyback, unless it's operating at significantly higher frequency. How fast
do they run the SSMOT's?